Writing and Illustrations by Tara Presnell // You know that thing where you pretty much understand something, and you’d be down to explain it as long as no one had any follow up questions? That was me pre-extensively researching the menstrual period.Read More
Writing by Haylee Penfold // Illustration by Arielle Jennings // Whether it be the taboo of talking about sexual health or just a lack of knowledge overall as a population, I think we could all benefit from new and improved sex ed classes.
Writing by Anonymous // Photograph by Galkin Alexey // What have I learned from this experience, other than of course, always practice safe sex, is quite simply not to judge. Abortion is far from a black and white issue.Read More
Writing by Haylee Penfold // Illustration by Kaitlyn Lafferty // Over the years, I think I’ve become more comfortable talking about periods because I’m not as heavily influenced by the taboo that surrounds periods, portraying a natural process that no one should be ashamed of, as disgusting and vile.Read More
Writing by Katie Kuo // Photograph by Alina Autumn // I hope these pros and cons are relatable to anyone who may have a love/hate relationship with their glasses (and maybe help them feel a little more love for their glasses!)Read More
Writing by Sarah Margaret // Photograph by Clemence Leclerc // Within the first month of having the Implanon removed and not being on any form of hormonal contraception, I noticed significant changes in my mental and physical health.Read More
Writing by Anonymous // Illustration by Natalia Santis // Despite its possible shortcomings, the contraceptive implant is a quick, cheap, and convenient form of contraception that I would definitely recommend you look into.Read More
Writing by Dani Leever // Photo by Sara Lorusso // Most importantly, I remind myself, and others who suffer the same compulsions, that this illness in no way invalidates my being and my ability to accept love.Read More